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By Richard Abato, March 7, 2006 at 5:40 pm Link to this comment
just another example of the kind of compassion the poltroons in the White House are capable of.
By allan, March 6, 2006 at 11:28 pm Link to this comment
It’s the same for me Anthony. Only I’m in Australia.
With our kiss arse prime minister though, it wont be much longer until this is less than funny and more relevant.
By chris, March 5, 2006 at 7:01 am Link to this comment
Universal healthcare “costs too much”?
So I pay $400 a month for two years and never go to the doctor—and then when I do go for something serious I STILL get a bill for $3,500 after already paying $9,600 in premiums???
Or we could all pay a small tax (like we do for our free and universal police and fire/rescue services) and get all the heathcare we need.
Let’s compare: small tax on our paychecks equally less than $50.00 and no hospital bills ever or $9,600 PLUS another huge bill for $3,500.
Gosh. Me no so good at math. Which one is cheaper for WORKERS and which one is more profitable for INSURANCE COMPANIES?
By Anthony, March 3, 2006 at 5:57 am Link to this comment
This cartoon makes me realize how lucky I am to be living in Canada!
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